abdominal region

abdominal region

n.
Any of the topographical subdivisions of the abdomen, including the right or left hypochondriac, the right or left lateral, the right or left inguinal, and the epigastric, umbilical, or pubic regions.

abdominal region

Any one of the nine areas into which the surface of the abdomen is divided for descriptive purposes. Centrally, from above down, are the epigastric, umbilical and hypogastric (pubic) regions, and on either side, from above down, are the hypochondriac, lateral and inguinal regions.
References in periodicals archive ?
The newly designed Wide Respiratory Plate provides abdominal compression and diffuses pressure across the abdominal region, resulting in a more tolerable compression for the patient.
When examined, the bird was dyspneic, and coelomic palpation revealed a firm tissue mass in the abdominal region.
They also help to reduce the fluid build-up that often occurs in the abdominal region after delivery, which is another reason that these shorts are well loved by new moms.
The victim was rushed to Paphos general where the attending doctor identified two stab wounds to his abdominal region.
15,16) The other fat that accumulates inside the abdominal region (stomach, liver, and other abdominal organs) is referred to as visceral fat.
Medtronic Enterra Therapy consists of a small medical device called a neurostimulator, which is implanted under the skin, usually in the lower abdominal region.
It also found that Salouni had suffered almost a dozen major injuries on his neck, head and abdominal region.
Medics will then insert chemotherapy drugs, heated to 42 degrees, into Gavin's abdominal region to kill any microscopic cancer cells present.
The first 12-mm trocar was placed in the paraumbilical-external line of the rectus abdominal region, the second and third trocars were placed in the ipsilateral iliac fossa and hypochondrium, and the fourth trocar was placed in the posterior axillary line.
Ventral profile slightly convex on head, almost straight from anterior portion of abdominal region to end of anal-fin base, slightly concave along caudal peduncle.
It helps keep the correct posture, improve muscular flexibility and tone up the abdominal region and legs.
Cricket Australia Chief Medical Officer Professor Justin Paoloni said: "James Pattinson will be having surgery for a non-cricket related medical condition in his lower abdominal region that has been troubling him during the latter part of the recently concluded VB Tour of India.